Expository Writing Activity: Fact vs. Opinion
This IS included in my mega bundle: ALL of my WRITING RESOURCES GROWING BUNDLE.
Do your students struggle to identify and correctly write unbiased expository pieces? This activity will help them identify various forms of bias in writing and how to change them to unbiased or factual statements.
I have used this in both English and journalism courses with success.
This IS included in my Journalism Writing & Planning Bundle
The download has a version in Microsoft Word, PDF, and iWork Pages for your convenience. You can alter the Word/Pages docs to use your school and students' names to make it more relevant to your class.
This activity aligns with the Common Core Standards: College and Career Readiness for Writing. They are listed in the teacher's guide.
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Get all of my journalism resources here:
Journalism Writing & Planning Bundle
Created by Tracee Orman
Mrs. Orman's Classroom